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Working conditions of Amazon and Whole Foods Market employees have again become the subject of media attention and controversy. Members of Whole Worker’s National Organizing Committee announced a strike on March 30 to protest against Amazon — which acquired Whole Foods Market in 2017 — largely due to its failure to provide Whole Foods Market workers with masks and paid sick leave as COVID-19 continues to spread.
In times of adversity, humanity chooses between despair and adaptation.
Rutgers researchers said in a federal report on March 26 that autism spectrum disorder (ASD) continues to be more prevalent in New Jersey among 8-year-old children than in other states, according to a Rutgers Today article.
Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Anne Newman sent a University-wide email reminding students to continue to practice social distancing during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) suspended his presidential campaign yesterday, leaving us to wonder whether the foundations of democracy are as strong as we once believed — or, at least, hoped.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) held a press conference today to announce 3,088 new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases and 275 new deaths, bringing New Jersey’s total to 47,437 cases and 1,504 deaths.
Last week we not only reviewed “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness,” but we also included the docuseries in our list of our five favorite documentaries. You could say “Tiger King” has our attention.
Drake broke the internet last week when he shared photos of his son, Adonis, for the first time in an Instagram post.
I have rethought my career path a thousand times based on what would make me the most financially stable.
As a college student, I have found my newest source of entertainment, and it is not my latest Netflix obsession — it is online classes.
Sex is a basic human need. Period. Anyone in Psych 101 can tell you that on the first level of Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, physiological needs, sex is a definitive part of the human experience. We knew this in the 40s and we know this now.
Yair Rosenthal, a distinguished professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, recently co-authored a study on short-term disruptions of deep ocean circulation during warm interglacial periods. The disruptions can potentially have a serious impact on our climate, Rosenthal said.
In response to people self-quarantining for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, the Rutgers Zimmerli Art Museum has joined the #MuseumFromHome movement with guided art activities, virtual tours and more, said Amanda Potter, the museum's curator of education and interpretation.
While social distancing has been hailed as a must-do for everyone in American society today, the unfortunate reality is that not everyone has the ability or fortune to hole themselves up for an extended period of time.
On Jan. 20, South Korea and the United States confirmed their first cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
As an extrovert that overthinks, I heavily rely on my busy schedule packed with classes, meetings, article deadlines and lunch dates to keep my mind off of the existential thoughts that would otherwise spiral me into chest-tightening anxiety.
With a ticket punched to the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships thanks to a 22-9 overall record, graduate student 197-pounder Jordan Pagano was looking forward to having a shot at a national championship. Pagano earned the No. 17 seed and was slated to go up against Rider's No. 16 seed Ethan Laird in the first round. Like last year’s NCAA champion Anthony Ashnault, Pagano wanted to finish off his final year at the top.
Native Americans are at an added risk to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), said Camilla Townsend, a professor in the Department of History.
Assistant Professor Jermaine Toney was selected to receive the Early Career Award from the Russell Sage Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for his work on “The Effects of Extended Family Wealth on Income Mobility.”
During today’s press conference, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) announced 3,361 new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in New Jersey with 232 additional deaths. This brings the statewide total to 44,416 cases and 1,232 deaths.